It’s the new year, and what does everyone do in the beginning of a new year? Get organized! After you get a bit organized, I invite you to consider adding some positive energy and fresh accents to your home. If the idea of Feng Shui is a bit hokey to you, then at least consider a few of these ideas below to create a more natural, airy, and beautiful space.
Rid your space of clutter.
Time to get organized! Donate or get rid of anything that no longer brings you joy. Go through your closet; if you haven’t worn something in the past year, maybe it’s time to consider donating it. You’ll be surprised at how much you can get rid of without even remembering it after its gone! Yet we think we need all this stuff!
On top of getting rid of the clutter, it’s important to organize what you are keeping. Here are some unique products that can help you organize your space in a stylish way.
I, myself, could definitely use this jewelry stand. The back is magnetic so your necklaces don’t get all tangled. Friends, I am notorious for taking off my jewelry after a long day and just leaving it lay on my bathroom counter. Before you know it, half my jewelry collection is just laying on my bathroom counter, all tangled up. Having this there, would definitely allow me to strip off my jewelry at the end of the day without ending up with knotted chains! It just looks much more aesthetically pleasing as well!
Any kind of bin or basket is a great place to quickly organize junk. If you’re not a fan of using big tupperware bins and labeling everything, these handmade nesting baskets are for you! They’re great to quickly categorize and organize your things. All your scarves in one, all your belts in another, all blankets rolled up real nicely in another. Aaaand, wah-lah…you’re organized!
Add some greenery.
Plants add a positive energy to the home. I know whenever I have a fresh plant or fresh flowers in my house, I just have a little bit of joy every time I look at it!
Create your own terrarium with this kit that includes everything you need. Just because it’s Winter doesn’t mean all you gardening fans have to take a break!
Add wall art and some greenery all in one with this living wall planter kit!
Or, go out and buy your own greens and put them in a funky vase such as this one!
Use the Elements
In Feng Shui, the elements include wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Uncommon Goods has some great products
These candles offer a the cozy sound of a crackling flame (giving you that fire element) along with some cozy Winter scents like mulled cider!
I am in love with this Nordic Tea Light Trough! It gives off such a warm vibe!
Add the element of Earth with this sand art piece that forms a different landscape each time.
On the right table and with the right decor around it, this wood branch table runner, made from actual teak tree branches, could add some total feng shui to your dining area! Because each table runner is handmade, no two are alike!
Here’s another way to add the element of wood. This Takara Wall Art adds a natural feel to any room in your house!
Include the element of earth with this handmade clay Wishing Jar. I also really like this because you get to write your hopes, dreams, and goals on the little scroll of paper included and place them in a jar.
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Questions for you: Do you plan on changing some decor in your home for the new year?
Disclosure: I was compensated by Uncommon Goods for writing this post. However, all thoughts, opinions, and ideas are my own.